rancheria


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ran·che·ri·a

 (răn′chə-rē′ə)
n. Southwestern US
1.
a. A Mexican herdsman's hut.
b. A village of these huts.
2. A rural Native American settlement.

[American Spanish ranchería, from rancho, small farm; see ranch.]

rancheria

(ˌrɑːntʃəˈriːə)
n
Southwestern US a native village or settlement
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1 November 2016 - US-based Native American tribe The Jackson Rancheria Band of Miwuk Indians has acquired the Amador Ledger Dispatch newspaper, the tribe said.
Notes: questions may be addressed by contacting the robinson rancheria housing director, tina scheiner at (707) 275-0527, monday thru friday, during normal business hours
From the transformation of the Chowchilla into warriors to the epidemics, American invasion, gold rush, Mariposa war, the beginning through the demise of treaties and reservations, missionaries and boarding schools, the Rancherias and Indian Reorganization Act to the complicated rancheria termination and reinstatement, expulsion from the Picayune Rancheria, and finally the present day major goal and issue for the Chowchilla, which is Federal recognition of the distinct tribe, all aspects of Chowchilla Yokut cultural history are decisively investigated and presented without prejudice.
Tonight's episode focuses on American Indians, including the Federated Tribes of the Graton Rancheria.
Durante el informe, Mollinedo Mollinedo explico a detalle todos los movimientos que se realizaron en el mes de febrero pasado y destaco la importancia de las obras que se realizaran, como son la pavimentacion de las calles 27 de Febrero en Villa Ocuiltzapotlan, Leandro Rovirosa Wade de la rancheria Buena Vista, primera seccion en Tamute de las Sabanas y Recinto de Mimosas, Pasionarias, Xate y Veronicas del fraccionamiento Parrilla II.
Durante una batalla entre las tropas de Pancho Villa y las constitucionalistas al mando de Alvaro Obregon, en Santa Arma, una rancheria guanajuatense cercana a la ciudad de Celaya, este ultimo perdio el brazo derecho al ser alcanzado por fragmentos de metralla, por lo que gano el mote de "El manco de Celaya".
The youngest generation, those with only an elementary level of education, and people who moved from the rancheria to the city favor this social marker.
En la tierra fria, segun esta fuente que no busca ser exhaustiva al respecto, ocho propiedades del siglo XIX dieron lugar en la segunda mitad del XX a 12 unidades: seis ejidos, cuatro pequenas propiedades, una zona arqueologica y una rancheria.
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